Maybe that’s a poor way to start this post, but I bet I’ll get a lot of hits. Anyway…
Yesterday on one of the talking heads shows, our beloved Soylent Blonde said something blunt about Christine No’Donnell that just about everyone has said: that No’Donnell is a joke, specifically Soylent called her a Nutjob.
Now then, it hardly matters that the night of the Primary, ol’ Turdblossom himself called No’Donnell that and other words, too. Soylent Blonde committed apostasy against Wingnuttia, and so she must be punished:
What did her political discourse earn her? Misogynistic attacks from right-wing pundits. Blogger Doug Powers kicked off the mud-slinging with a post on Michelle Malkin’s blog Sunday morning. He began his post with a photo of McCain that spurred controversy after she posted it on Twitter a year ago and commented, “Disregard the above photo. I’m only putting it there to remind myself to check my tire pressure later this afternoon.”
Later that day, conservative blogger Dan Riehl on his blog Riehl World View referred to McCain as “Meggie ‘Big Mac’ McCain” and wrote that “this self-indulgent set of mega-breasts doesn’t belong anywhere near a TV studio commenting on anything.”
Jeff Poor, a staff writer for the Media Research Center’s Business & Media Institute, rounded out the evening by re-tweeting a conservative blogger’s comment that “I swear, if Meghan McCain gets any dumber she’ll be drooling on her boobs” with the remark: “Haha.”
Yes, we here at Mock, Paper, Scissors mock Soylent Blonde constantly, almost always for her poor grammar, shallow proclamations, and her sense of entitlement (poor little rich girl) but we do not mock her breasts. We agree with her positions more often than not when she takes on women’s topics (especially the bobble headed harpies of the right) and youth issues. But we do not mock her breasts.